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《Journal of Xiamen University(Arts & Social Sciences)》 2008-05
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The Psychological causes of Prince Li Chengqian from Intelligent to self-abandonment and rebellion in the Tang Dynasty

MAO Lei(Department History,Xiamen University,Xiamen 361005,Fujian)  
Prince Chengqian's personal destiny was connected with the social actuality in the early Tang period.All-pervading consciousness of potential crisis in the Zhenguan period and the mental shadow of "Xuanwu gate incident" to Emperor Taizong caused the emperor and the court officials to focus more on how to bring longevity to the state.Under the circumstances,Prince Li Chengqian,the eldest son of Taizong,was overloaded by pressure,expectation and responsibilities.Body deformity,adolescent psychological inversion and over criticism all contributed to the spiritual collpse of the young heir to the throne.
【Key Words】: Zhenguan period Tang Taizong Prince Li Chengqian mental pressure
【CateGory Index】: K242
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